The circumcision ban on the San Francisco ballot is driven by blatant antisemitism
I often say I’m shocked by something that crosses my computer screen, but that’s not really true. I mean, I probably sort of shocked insofar as I’m surprised that someone has behaved according to type, but in an extreme way, or that something I’ve long assumed would happen actually did happen (or, in a surprising way, didn’t happen). But I’m very seldom shocked to the core of my being. Today, though, I was shocked, shaken really, by an email Zombie sent me.
Zombie has gotten hold of some of the campaign literature from those supporting the circumcision ban that made its way onto San Francisco’s November ballot.: I am not kidding when I say that the material is indistinguishable from something the Nazis would have prepared:
Go, read the whole thing, and prepare to scrape your jaw from the floor.: It’s horrifying, nasty, awful, evil stuff.: I read a headline today (and can’t, for the life of me, figure out where), stating that antisemitism is resurgent today in a way not seen since the eve of WWII.: This kind of garbage makes that claim — a claim I don’t doubt is true — resonate with real force.
My last word on the subject is that, in the 1930s, as now, socialism was politically dominant in the Western cultures that supported antisemitism, and Islam was (as has been the case for centuries) politically d0minant in the Middle Eastern cultures supporting antisemitism.
Antisemitism is a vile, virulent plague that will not die.
Cross-posted at Bookworm Room
[This post has been amended from its original publication to include an image, and to remove the throwaway line that the San Francisco Chronicle failed in its investigative duty.: It didn’t.]
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